Practicing yoga has become very simple for everyone nowadays, especially due to the large number of yoga apps offered on play store and google play. These apps give you the option of taking yoga classes with your favorite yoga teachers at any time and anywhere, for free, or in exchange for a small price compared to the cost of yoga classes offered in studios. To help you find the perfect app for you, we have compiled a list of the best yoga apps that you can download on your iPhone. Don’t waste time scroll down and find your next favorite yoga app!
You can also check our list of the Best Yoga Apps for Android
|Yoga App||Free Trial||App Price||Monthly Membership||Annual Membership||Rating on App Store||Number of Reviews|
|Glo||15 Days Trial||Free App||$22.99/month||$199.99/year||4.9 stars||16.5K reviews|
|Down Dog||Free until June 1st due to the Covid-19 pendemic||Free App||$7.99/month||$49.99/year||4.9 stars||173.2K reviews|
|Peloton||30 Days Trial||Free App||$12.99/month||4.9 stars||227.4K reviews|
|Find What Feels Good||7 Days Trial||Free App||$9.99/month||$99.99/year||4.9 stars||2.7K reviews|
|Daily Yoga||7 Days Trial||Free App||$9.99/month||$39.99/year||4.8 stars||67K reviews|
|Gaia||7 Days Trial||Free App||$11.99/month||$99/year||4.8 stars||53.4K reviews|
Prices, ratings, and number of reviews as of 05/05/20.
✓ Best for: Personalized yoga programs
✓ Rating: 4.9 stars (16.5K reviews)
✓ Free Trial: 15 Days
✓ Price: Free, $22.99/mo, or $199.99/year
About the App: The Glo app (previously Yoga Glo) features over 4000 classes, including yoga, pilates, and meditation sessions led by renowned yoga teachers. This app is easy to navigate due to the filters it has on it that can be used to select the level, time of the day, the style, and the duration of classes. In addition, you can also use this app to create a program to help you achieve your goals.
✓ Best for: Practicing new flows
✓ Rating: 4.9 stars (173.2K reviews)
✓ Free Trial: Free until June 1st due to the Covid-19 pandemic
✓ Price: Free, $7.99/mo, or $49.99/year
About the App: Down Dog offers more than 30,000 configurations to inspire you and help you enjoy every class. In addition, you can choose your class based on the yoga instructor, your level, the type of workout you’re looking for, how much time you have, and how fast you’d like the flow to be.
✓ Best for: Advanced practitioners
✓ Rating: 4.9 stars (227.4K reviews)
✓ Free Trial: 30 Days
✓ Price: Free or $12.99/mo
About the App: Peloton is an app that offers many yoga and fitness on-demand classes in addition to daily classes streamed live right from Peloton’s NYC studios. The app will give you the opportunity to practice with some of NYC’s best instructors to help you achieve your goals and improve your flexibility.
✓ Best for: Stronger mind & body connection
✓ Rating: 4.9 stars (2.7K reviews)
✓ Free Trial: 7 Days
✓ Price: Free, $9.99/mo, or $99.99/year
About the App: Founded by Adriene Mishler the host of Yoga With Adriene, Find What Feels Good is a growing library that offers more than 100 hours of yoga videos including prenatal yoga classes, yoga ritual classes, and boost & chill classes. The app aims to make the yogis authentic and make them feel good about themselves through their yoga practice and keep them connected with the FWFG community.
✓ Best for: Consistent practice
✓ Rating: 4.8 stars (67K reviews)
✓ Free Trial: 7 Days
✓ Price: Free, $9.99/mo, or $39.99/year
About the App: Daily Yoga is perfect for beginners as well as advanced yogis since while it offers detailed basic yoga classes, it also features yoga classes led by some of the best yoga teachers in the world. This app is the right choice for people who are finding it hard to be consistent with their practice thanks to the reminders that it sends to its users on a daily bases. Daily Yoga also, gives you the option to connect with a community of yogis and experts.
✓ Best for: Yoga as a spiritual practice
✓ Rating: 4.8 stars (53.4K reviews)
✓ Free Trial: 7 Days
✓ Price: Free, $11.99/mo, or $99/year
About the App: Gaia is an app offering more than just a yoga practice, it features videos that focus on healing, mindfulness, and spirituality through yoga and meditation. Gaia’s library includes more than 8,000 classes led by world-class teachers that will guide you on your path for transformation. In addition, this app has mythology, alternative nutrition, astrology videos that will challenge your way of thinking.
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